Financial Stewardship

Click HERE for latest parish income statements

Staff Contact: Pat O’Connor, Director of Operations

Consistent and planned sacrificial giving provides resources needed for our parish to fulfill its stated mission. Your sustaining gifts provide for worship services, pastoral, educational and administrative staff, as well as community outreach initiatives, providing for the poor and needy of our parish and our ongoing support of archdiocesan activities.

Because of the generosity of our parishioners and friends, we built our church, which was dedicated in November 2016.  Two Capital Campaigns raised sufficient funds to cover approximately 2/3 of the construction cost, but your monthly gifts are needed to pay the mortgage for the rest of the building’s cost.

The most convenient way to make contributions to the parish is through electronic giving. You can elect to have your gifts automatically deducted from your checking account or charged to your credit card.

If you prefer to enroll or update your electronic giving by completing a mail-in form, CLICK HERE or pick up a form at the parish office during the week or at the church Welcome Center after Mass.

For those parishioners who prefer to use envelopes, these are mailed to households every two months. This is chosen during the registration process or you can contact the parish office if you would like to receive envelopes. You can choose to receive EITHER:

  • Monthly Envelopes: If you opt for monthly envelopes, you can plan your gift as part of your monthly budget, and write one check per month, or
  • Weekly Envelopes: You will receive envelopes for each week.

Regular, predictable giving provides a critical foundation for the Pastor, Pastoral Council, and the staff to build upon in carrying out the mission of the Saint Katharine Drexel Catholic Community.

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